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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata February 21, 1945

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21 Feb 45

11 PM

Hi Darling,

No letters again today - aint right. Really have no cause for serious complaint cause I received the shoes you sent + also a package from Mom and an issues of the 'daily rag.'

Went to the movie with Mac tonight, saw a mystery, not too bad - it's a diversion at least.

Lt. Tabor was just in to say goodbye; he leaves in the morning, the lucky stiff. Do hope he has a swell time at home. Think I told you he plans to be married when he gets back to Chicago. I hope he will be as happy as I have found married life could bring.

Darnit I ought to get to bed early for a change and I think I'll do just that. Just don't feel in a letter writing mood (as usual) Please forgive me, my neglect. Will try to do better tomorrow.

All My Love

Kenje

PS. I almost forgot - here's Sad Sack's latest.

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